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I DONT remember my password to open my android phone

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Just enter your password incorrectly five times. Then you will see a new button pop up on the bottom of your screen that says "Forgot Passcode" or something like that. Then you'll be able to enter your Google account info and you'll be able to create a new passcode.

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I have lost my phone can I track it


It happens to every smartphone owner.
In fact, I can say with almost 100 percent confidence that at some point in your smartphone-owning life, you will utter the words, "Did you see my phone?"
Maybe you set it down somewhere in your house and can't quite remember where "somewhere" is. Perhaps you left it at a restaurant after taking pics of your mouth-watering meal to tease friends on social media (karma, dude).
Then again, maybe someone with grabby little paws decided to abscond with your precious device a la Gollum.
Regardless, now you want to find your phone pronto and would like to know how. Just like the "Find my iPhone" feature for Apple's smartphone, Android smartphone users have a built-in phone tracking option as well courtesy of Android Device Manager.
For older phones, you might need to set up Android Device Manager beforehand in order to use it, which will prove to be a tricky scenario if you've already lost your phone. Owners of newer Android phones those in our Android Phone Fight feature, however, likely already have this feature activated.
When I tested a Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, for example, I was able to use Android Device Manager's tracking feature without having to set it up. The only caveat is that you need to have a Google account (e.g. Gmail, Google Play Store) synced with your phone, which you likely did the first time you set up your phone because it's pretty much a necessary step to fully use an Android phone (also a good idea in case you forget the lock screen password to your Android device and want to reset it).
Well, actually, there's one more caveat - your phone needs to be on because you need it to emit a wireless signal for this whole process to work. The lesson as always is, preparation is the mother of discovery. Or something like that.
Anyway, assuming you're all set and ready to go, here's how to find your lost or stolen Android phone with Android Device Manager.
(For folks who have forgotten their security code, make sure to check out our tutorial on How to Remotely Reset Your Android Lockscreen Password.)
Go ahead and launch Android Device Manager through its app or by going to your web browser of choice and visiting its site. To get to the site, you can either do a search for "android device manager" or go directly to the site at: https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager. Also, make sure you log on with the Google account associated with your locked device.
Once you're on Android Device Manager, you'll bring up a screen that includes a map and a menu box that shows the devices associated with your Google account. If everything is set up right, the map will eventually load the location of your phone.
This is especially useful if you lost it while visiting different locations as you'll know which specific store or place you left it at. If it was stolen, well, confronting the thief probably isn't a good idea but you can at least lock or remotely wipe your phone by tapping on the "Lock" or "Erase" icons on Android Device Manager. You can even remotely change your lock screen passcode from here.
If you lost your phone at your house, the map function won't be as useful as it'll probably just have a circle around your house.
This is when you'll want to tap on the box menu's "Ring" function, which will cause your phone to ring at high volume, event if it's on silent.
Admittedly, Android Device Manager isn't a perfect solution, especially on older phones. One time, it highlighted a two-mile circle when I used it on my Galaxy S3, for example. Welp. Other times, I got the dreaded "location unavailable" message and had to do the search multiple times. It usually works well on newer devices, though, so it's still a useful trick to know.
For more tips and features about mobile devices check our various Android tips or visit the Tablet and Smartphone hub

May 29, 2017 | Cell Phones

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How do I unlock my phone?


Change your gmail password,then try to sign in with the changed password

Feb 19, 2017 | Android Cell Phones

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Lost phone. i was told to recertify by safelink free phone but I dont know how to recertify


try calling them if the device is however a android based device you can find your phone with the android device manager from this site here www.google.com/android/devicemanager if it is an iPhone use icloud.com to find your device all other devices maybe found by calling safelink

Jan 08, 2017 | Cell Phones

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How can i flash an android phone which its pattern have forgotten??


Use your android Device Manager And unlock the phone

Unlock your Android device using Android Device Manager (ADM)

As already mentioned, the following method only applies to devices that have Android Device Manager enabled.
  1. On a computer or other mobile phone, visit: google.com/android/devicemanager
  2. Sign in using your Google login details that you also used on your locked phone.
  3. In the ADM interface, select the device you need to unlock (if it isn't already selected).
  4. Select 'Lock'
  5. In the appearing window, enter a temporary password. You don't have to enter a recovery message. Now click 'Lock' again.
  6. If it was successful, you should see a confirmation below the box with the buttons Ring, Lock and Erase.
  7. On your phone you should now see a password field in which you should enter the temporary password. This should unlock your phone.
  8. Now, before you go on with your life, go to your phone's lock screen settings and disable the temporary password.
  9. That's it!

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I forget my password, how to break it


There are several methods are available for password recovery.One of the easy method is using Data Recovery software.IF your remembering your google account password ,Then you can access your cellphone password using google account password.This is very simple method .

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May 31, 2016 | Cell Phones

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I forgot my phone lock password


If you have an Android phone, the only way you can use the phone now is by performing a factory reset through Android Device Manager on Google. But for this, your phone should be connected to the Internet via mobile data or WiFi. Android Device Manager will list all your devices connected with your Google account. Select the device and click on Factory Reset. This will wipe the entire data on the phone including the password lock.

Jun 15, 2015 | Cell Phones

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Bradydjames@gmail.com cant remember password


Reset the password on the other devices (tablet or computer) then you can access gmail on the cell phone where you do not remember the password. Password should be the same on all three devices.

Jul 21, 2014 | Android Cell Phones

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How to reset email password for screen pattern lock in Samsung Galaxy Y duos?


Do you want to get all your contacts back?
If not then just flash stock rom into your device using ODIN. You will get your phone into working condition but will loose your contacts and messages if they are in the phone memory.

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I have a android metro pcs phone and i have a gmail account and i dont remember my pass word but i do remeber my gmail address


by goin to gmail website. try to change the password using your security question's password provided by you at the time of sign up.

if you dont remember that answers. create a new gmail account then sign in to your phone.

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